Moving to a new home in 1993, Staller began to design and fabricate larger furnishings. His first, a dining table made of solid copper plate and machined aluminum echoed the George Nakashima trestle table of his childhood
Bed, 1995 is as much sculpture as furniture. Made to resemble an archaeological excavation of artifacts painstakingly unearthed: instead of bones, the panel suggests an industrial fossil of a mangled machine. Actual gears and bearings were used to make the mold which was then used to cast the bronze frieze. The side rails are aluminum and the headboard is patinated bronze sheet with rivet like buttons, suggestive of 19th century steel construction techniques.